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Tefl 100 Hour Module 11 Assignment

Module 11 Assignments 1. Placement Tests & Proficiency Tests I. I would start by asking the student to answer in full sentences if they can. For the purposes of this assignment I am assuming these students are adult learners. The questions I would ask are; 1. How are you? 2. What’s your job? 3. What […]

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Lau vs. Nichols: English Language Learners Essay Sample

There are three federal tribunal instances that provide the legal foundation for supplying equal educational chance to pupils with limited English Proficiency. Lau vs. Nichols 1973. Castaneda vs. Pickard 1981 and Plyler vs. Doe 1982 ( The English Language Learners Knowledge Base. 2004 ) . This research paper will concentrate on Lau vs. Nichols. a […]

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Pinyin Exercise

Chinese Pronunciation Pronunciation Chinese is not a phonetic language, as a result its pronunciation is not related to the written Chinese words (characters). In order for non-Chinese speakers to learn the correct pronounciation, a system called “Pinyin” was developed to transcribe the sounds of Standard Chinese. Pinyin uses the letters of the familiar English alphabet […]

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Self-Access Learning

Self-Access Learning SELF-ACCESS LEARNING For English Language in Malaysian Primary Schools file:///Volumes/GANPD/P&P/kspkTM-2005/PBI/self%20access%20lg/www. ppk. kpm. my/P&P/SAL/index. html3/31/2005 12:04:49 AM Introduction to Self-Access Learning INTRODUCTION Self-Access Learning (SAL) was first introduced and piloted in SRK Sri Kelana, Selangor Darul Ehsan in 1990. Since then it has been extended to 150 schools in Malaysia. It was initiated by […]

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The Dilemma of IELTS Test Takers at Preparatory Programs in the UAE: A Call for Lexical-Structural Syllabus Design

————————————————- Doctorate of Education Theoretical Perspectives on Materials and Syllabus Design in TESOL (DED609) Title: The Dilemma of IELTS Test Takers at Preparatory Programmes in the UAE: A Call for Lexical-Structural Syllabus Design. By: Mohammed A. Molhim Module tutor: Dr. Yasmin yildiz No. of words 000 words Essay Outline * Introduction * Conceptual Framework * IELTS […]

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Mother Tongue

Rhetorical Analysis of “Mother Tongue” written by Amy Tan “So easy to read”(p. 4). Amy Tan ends her essay, “Mother Tongue” with this short and even grammatically wrong sentence. She tells us this mother’s brief review is a proof of success of her writing. Why does she think that easiness is an essence of her […]

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TTS Systems for Android

ABSTRACT There are different kinds of TTS (Text to Speech) systems are already available for Personal computers and web applications. In the Platform of Smart Phone, few of TTS systems are available for Bangla Language. Nowadays android is a popular platform considering Smartphone. There are few Bangla TTS Systems are Available with different kind of […]

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Theoretical Grammar

1. The subject of theoretical grammar and its difference from practical grammar. The following course of theoretical grammar serves to describe the grammatical structure of the English language as a system where all parts are interconnected. The difference between theoretical and practical grammar lies in the fact that practical grammar prescribes certain rules of usage […]

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Phrasal Verbs

Contents Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………. 3 Chapter 1 ………………………………………………………………………………………. …. …4 An Overview of Phrasal Verbs ………………………………………. ……………… ……………. …4 Chapter 2 ………………………………………………………………………………………… …. 12 Practical Aspects of Phrasal Verbs ……. ……………………………………………. ……… ………12 Conclusion ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 19 Bibliography ………………………………………………………………………………………… 20 Introduction The present paper suggests a revision of all the theses concerning the domain of complex verbs. The […]

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English-Only

In the United States, English is a very popular language; it is an official language to 27 States and 51 Nations. To be successful in school, new immigrants ought to learn English. Again, those who are interested in the political arena must be well conversant with English. This will assist them in articulating their policies […]

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Inflectional Morphology

Inflectional Morphology ‘… and even … the patriotic archbishop of Canterbury found it advisable …’ ‘Found what? said the Duck. ‘Found it, ‘the Mouse replied rather crossly; ‘of course you know what “it” means. ’ ‘I know what “it” means well enough, when I find a thing, ‘said the Duck; ‘it’s generally a frog or […]

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The Audio Lingual Method

The audio-lingual method teaches the language directly but does not use the native language to explain words or grammar. However, unlike the direct method, it does not focus on caching vocabulary; instead, the students are drilled in the use Of grammar in the target language ( aka, 2013). The audio-lingual method is a method of […]

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Phonemic Awarness

Phonemic awareness is described as an insight about oral language and in particular about the segmentation of sounds, that are used in speech communication. Phonemic awareness is characterized in terms of the facility of the language learner to manipulate the sounds of oral speech. A child who possesses phonemic awareness can segment sounds in words […]

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LA Lexis Essay Louisa Curry

Prior to the asses vocabulary acquisition was neglected as an area for second language research and in dominant teaching theory. Traditional language teaching tended to place the emphasis on structure and syntax. Since then, however, much research has been carried out in the field of vocabulary acquisition and teaching (for example Carter and McCarthy, 1990, […]

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3 Problems of Teaching Oral English

Analysis of the Importance of Oral English in English Teaching of Middle School in the West Region Abstract:As we know, English has already become an international language in the world. Oral English plays an important role in real life. It is one of the basic skills in English learning. Recently,oral English appears more and more […]

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Understanding Foreign Language Learning

Language Learning Warm-up Questions for discussion 1. Behaviorism vs. Mentalism Behavioristic theories base themselves exclusively on observable behavior in the description and explanation of learning behavior, while mentalistic theories base themselves on the structure and mechanisms of the mind for such descriptions and explanations. Behavioritic ideas about language learning are based mainly on a theory […]

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Language in Indian Writing in English

Language in Indian Writing in English I am here to present on the topic ‘Language in Indian Writing in English’. Basically I will be talking about the usage of language, the writing style, of blending language and culture and my analysis of it in the text – The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy. […]

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The Silent Way

The Silent Way On the years of 1960s’ the Audiolingual Method was under a strong challenge in the form of the “Cognitive Code” and an educational trend known as “Discovery Learning. ” These concepts most directly challenged the idea that language learning was all about mimicry and good “habit-formation. ” An emphasis on human cognition […]

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Ex Pragmatics

The administration believes that the professors support the students,” in which there IS no such presupposition. ) Presupposition: 6. It is strange that the Ignited States invaded Cambodia in 1970. 7. Isn’t it strange that the United States invaded Cambodia in 1970? 8. Dais wants more popcorn. 9. Why don’t pigs have wings? 10. Who […]

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Preparation

To make reading more interesting by enhancing the presentation of reading material through music accompaniment. Preparation: Create an auto-play powering presentation of the reading material. Insert a music that will suit the mood of the literary piece. B. Word Illustration Competency: Vocabulary Development Objective: To develop the vocabulary capability of the learner by illustrating he […]

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Pragmatics

Pragmatics is one component of the study of human language, and can therefore be described as a branch of the academic discipline of linguistics. It has emerged relatively recently, certainly within the last half century, but is now an important and thriving area that continues to expand and develop. Concepts, theories and approaches developed within […]

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